Jazlen, Nevaeh, Amaya, Omarius, and Mason are a dynamic sibling group of 6! The children are open to moving out of state.
Jazlen enjoys playing basketball in school. She is committed to this and plays the post position. Jazlen stays to herself and enjoys time alone. She enjoys school and does well there. She needs a home that is able to engage her and help her have fun as a child while preparing her for life after care.
Nevaeh loves the mornings as well. She enjoys watching movies and her favorite movie is Bettlejuice. She enjoys food but her favorite food is pizza. She likes art classes at school. She is shy and stays to herself but likes to laugh. She needs a home equipped to handle her special needs.
Deja is said to be a morning person. She likes egg salad. Deja likes all kinds of arts and crafts. She likes engaging with friends and going out to eat.
Amaya likes to engage in age-appropriate playing. She is very quiet but enjoys interaction. Amaya likes playing with Barbie's and eating pizza. Amaya needs a home that is equipped to meet her special needs.
Omarius loves to move and has a lot of energy. Omarius likes Spiderman and playing on the swings, and being active outside. His favorite food is cookies. Omarius likes movies and playing games. He is in need of a home that is structured and is able to provide outlets and interaction that meet him where he is and that is equipped to meet his special needs.
Mason is an active young man who loves to play video games. He likes interaction even when he is not always able to initiate it. Mason enjoys school at times and likes to watch movies on TV or playing with his siblings. Mason will need a home that is able to meet his needs and provide some consistency.
Jazlen, Nevaeh, Amaya, Omarius, and Mason's social worker is only entertaining families that are willing to keep all six siblings together. This sibling group is in need of a home that is structured and is able to provide outlets and interaction along with age appropriate activities. Exposure to multiple children would also be helpful.